Tequila is a spirit made from the cactus like Agave plant found in Mexico. It was initially produced by the Aztec people and later refined by the Spanish Conquistadors when they ran out of brandy after colonising the country in the 15th Century.
The study of astronomy was very important to the Aztec people, effecting their daily lives and rituals.
The name Xosa is taken from an asteroid belt discovered in 1939. The Aztecs who were pioneers in astronomy created the Sun Calendar which has been used in the design of this label.
Tequila is most commonly drunk straight – usually with a bit of salt and lime but also used in cocktails such as the Tequila Sunrise and Margarita.